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Brazil Infrastructure Law

Brazil Infrastructure Law
  • Year of publication 2016
  • 784 pages
Editor:Marcal Justen Filho, Cesar Augusto Guimarães Pereira, and Maria Augusta Rost
Series:International Commerce and Arbitration (volume 20)
Category: Law Business and Commercial Law
Icon_printbook 978‐94‐6236‐640‐4 | hardcover | 1st edition | € 195,00 / $ 292,50 / £ 179,50

This book offers the international reader a comprehensive view of Brazilian infrastructure law from the standpoint of key local practitioners. It is divided into two sections. The first part features a collection of essays on the most significant infrastructure topics. It is followed by bilingual versions of the main statutes and regulations examined in the various essays found in Part 1. A glossary of essential infrastructure terminology is also included.

The topics discussed in this book range from an overview of the Brazilian constitutional structure to in-depth analyses of regulated sectors, public procurement, and dispute resolution.The various essays contained herein cover the fundamental legal issues an international player must keep in mind when working in the Brazilian infrastructure market. This work utilizes a comparative approach, and is intended to correlate Brazilian legal specificities with their counterparts in internationally recognized models.

This work aims to provide essential guidelines that will enable international infrastructure investors, practitioners, and scholars to successfully navigate Brazilian law and legal practice.

Target group

This book is meant for academics and practitioners who look for specialized and comprehensive material on infrastructure law in Brazil.